Eric B. Rivers, critically wounded during the Minneapolis sign factory shootings last month, died Wednesday night of his injuries. The state's worst workplace violence in at least 20 years now has claimed six lives, in addition to the gunman's.
Updated: October 11, 2012, - 09:43 PM
The city of Minneapolis has altered the way it will handle emergency calls after up to six people who called 911 during last month's shooting rampage at Accent Signage Systems didn't reach operators.
Updated: October 11, 2012, - 01:37 PM
Amanda Crotty, an executive assistant, watched Andrew Engeldinger fire twice at the company owner, then point his handgun at her. She hid under a desk. He moved on.
Updated: October 06, 2012, - 08:24 AM
Minneapolis housing inspections chief and co-worker are accused of abusing state database, but his lawyer says he did nothing wrong.
Updated: September 26, 2012, - 05:12 AM
Minneapolis citizens, police will collaborate in oversight.
Updated: September 22, 2012, - 12:05 AM
Saturday was the third missed opening-day deadline for the Minnesota African American Museum. The founder says negotiations with the bank continue.
Updated: September 17, 2012, - 08:12 PM
Management of troubled properties would be reassigned, ending risk of eviction for 2,000 tenants.
Updated: September 14, 2012, - 11:28 PM
A lawsuit says that the officer tried to strangle 18-year-old. Cop says he was protecting himself and didn't harm the student.
Updated: September 14, 2012, - 09:38 PM
Plan to change way Minneapolis handles police complaints has foes.
Updated: September 12, 2012, - 10:14 PM